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Re: Sound Generators

Postby WalterSear » Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:31 pm

Nicolas Gramlich wrote:Can you agree with a 2 of 5 usability for the Cbasicore64 :?:



Yes, it sucks more than I remember it doing :)

This, classic, however, while not being strictly for chiptunes, definitely needs adding to the list:

http://www.rebirthmuseum.com/
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby Nicolas Gramlich » Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:59 pm

Hi,

WalterSear wrote:
Nicolas Gramlich wrote:Can you agree with a 2 of 5 usability for the Cbasicore64 :?:

Yes, it sucks more than I remember it doing :)

This, classic, however, while not being strictly for chiptunes, definitely needs adding to the list:

http://www.rebirthmuseum.com/


Is this a kind of heavily modable midi generation tool :?:

Best Regards,
Nicolas
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby WalterSear » Wed Jun 22, 2011 8:38 pm

Nicolas Gramlich wrote:Hi,

WalterSear wrote:
Nicolas Gramlich wrote:Can you agree with a 2 of 5 usability for the Cbasicore64 :?:

Yes, it sucks more than I remember it doing :)

This, classic, however, while not being strictly for chiptunes, definitely needs adding to the list:

http://www.rebirthmuseum.com/


Is this a kind of heavily modable midi generation tool :?:

Best Regards,
Nicolas


It's an all in one standalone designed to emulate the early acid/techno sound.

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Here's a couple of mp3s:

http://www.vintagesynth.com/audio/rb338.mp3
http://www.vintagesynth.com/audio/rb338_2.mp3

Vintage Synth says:

The ReBirth RB-338 could not have been released nor invented at any better time! The original aimed to emulate and recreate the sound, look and feel of two TB-303's and one TR-808. Released just when those very machines were both in demand, hard to find and very expensive; for little under $200 ReBirth gave any Mac or PC user access to those famous dance sounds. Soon after came the RB-338 v2.0 which added the TR-909 to the mix making the ReBirth package one of the best and most affordable means of acquiring vintage Roland 303, 808 and 909 sounds!

First, there are two identical TB-303s, a TR-808 and a TR-909 which all sound incredibly like the originals (without the noise, static and crackles that the analog circuitry generated). Each 303, 808 or 909 can store 32 patterns and each pattern length is variable from 1 to 16 steps. All the same edit knobs from the originals are here and can be recorded into your songs in real-time! There are also distortion, compression, panning, delay effects and a PCF filter.

Programming patterns into each section is almost as faithful a reproduction of the originals as is their appearance. Only one Song or Mix can be created at a time, however all parameter tweaks, effect changes, pattern changes and so on can be recorded to the song in real time or in step mode. ReBirth is without a doubt the most intuitive, classic, realistic and faithful emulation of classic Roland gear with amazing flexibility and tonal control. Although ReBirth may be best suited for Acid-House music production, amateurs and professionals alike are already using ReBirth for extra and easy 303 lines, drum beats or entire tracks! ReBirth is compatible with most current sequencers via MIDI sync. An added bonus to ReBirth is a quasi-open architecture that allows users to revamp the graphics and drum samples to create their own Mods, the best of which Propellerheads provides on their web site. ReBirth has been used by Juno Reactor, Stoker and AntiLoop.


Also, you can download mod packs that replace the drum sounds. And, it's all free.
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby Duiker101 » Tue Aug 09, 2011 3:34 pm

I can't explain very well, just try this...
http://www.earslap.com/projectslab/otomata
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby ill2005 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 11:07 pm

Dang... the sound made by WolframTones are only for personal use...

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Re: Sound Generators

Postby Rik1988 » Thu Mar 08, 2012 7:12 am

Duiker101 wrote:I can't explain very well, just try this...
http://www.earslap.com/projectslab/otomata


Couldn't stop playing with it. Its awesome :D
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby khai.bui » Fri Sep 28, 2012 6:43 pm

Great!
Thank you.
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby Technoduce » Mon Dec 10, 2012 12:50 pm

Really awesome...
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby peter20 » Thu Apr 11, 2013 3:12 pm

Can you agree with a 2 of 5 usability for the Cbasicore64
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Re: Sound Generators

Postby bleepbleep » Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:33 pm

Hey be careful with wolfram. Wolfram has a non-permissive license for the tunes it procedurally generates, so you can't use them in your games.
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